This antique cape-style home was built by Tomson (circa 1720) and is one of five oldest standing homes in Halifax and included in the historic district. The original design remains intact, including the warming/dressing area between the fireplace chimneys, original keeping room, parlor, library, birthing room, buttery, and 3 fireplaces all w/new safety linings. Floors are wide pine boards and walls have original plaster over hand split lathe. Original moldings, doors, and woodwork from the period. A working cobbler shop was added about 1765 and a large full kitchen about 1850. A 2nd floor kitchen/laundry area was added in the 1980's. The two full baths and kitchen have been remodeled. There is a master bedroom en suite on 2nd floor. Enjoy the private back yard w/screened in porch and deck. The large 2-story post & beam renovated barn is 33' by 33'. Interior has hand hewn and sawn beams and floor is ready for finish boards if desired. COMMERCIALLY ZONED for many possible business uses.
||Public Transportation, Shopping, Golf Course, House of Worship, Public School, T-Station
||Circuit Breakers, 200 Amps
||Off-Street, Paved Driveway
||Public, Paved, Publicly Maint.
|# of Fireplaces
||Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer
||Partial, Interior Access, Bulkhead
|Family Room Description
||Fireplace, Flooring - Wood
||Wood, Tile, Wall to Wall Carpet, Laminate
||Ceiling Fan(s), Closet, Flooring - Laminate, Dining Area, Pantry, Exterior Access
||Ceiling Fan(s), Closet, Flooring - Laminate, Deck - Exterior, Dryer Hookup - Electric, Exterior Access, Slider, Washer Hookup
||Deck, Deck - Roof, Pool - Above Ground, Storage Shed, Barn/Stable
||Storage, Work Area, Side Entry, Barn